Important Holiday Shipping Deadlines

Orders must be received by December 13th for regular Christmas delivery, and 3-day delivery is available until December 18th.

Please Note

The Koinonia House office will be closed from December 23, 2017 to January 1, 2018.

About Koinonia House

Our Mission Statement: To create, develop, and distribute materials to stimulate, encourage, and facilitate serious study of the Bible as the inerrant Word of God.

Koinonia is a New Testament word which is most often translated to mean "communication", "fellowship", or "communion". Koinonia House, or K-House as we are affectionately called, is dedicated to the development and distribution of materials for encouraging and facilitating serious study of the Bible as the inerrant Word of God. We are a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization.

K-House was founded by Chuck and Nancy Missler. Chuck, a Naval Academy graduate and former Branch Chief of the Dept. of Guided Missiles, had a remarkable 30-year executive career. He served on the Board of Directors of 12 public companies and was CEO of 6 of them. For twenty years Chuck balanced his high-profile corporate career with his teaching commitment to a weekly Bible study at Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa in Southern California. Nancy, while raising their four children, has touched the lives of thousands through her in-depth teaching of Biblical discoveries in her "Way of Agape" and "Be Ye Transformed" books and tape series.

After a devastating earthquake in 1992 demolished their home in Big Bear, California, Chuck and Nan moved Koinonia House to Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. In 2010 Chuck and Nan moved to New Zealand and established the K-House New Zealand base at the River Lodge, Reporoa, New Zealand. K-House reaches tens of thousands through its resources, Personal Update, radio shows and conferences. More than eight million study tapes have been distributed in the U.S. and in over 35 countries around the world. Chuck has now retired and resides at the River Lodge. Nancy went to be with the Lord November 11, 2015. Her final resting place is in Reporoa, New Zealand.